Why High School Biology Made Me Angry (And Why I Like It So Much Better Now)
Your own body has something like 30 trillion cells in it. That’s 30 trillion large cities’ worth of complexity.
That Hideous Strength — C. S. Lewis’s Fantasia of Consciousness at 75
The novel is a narrative, fictional version of a philosophical anatomy of the satanic dimension and implication of much modern history from 1914 onwards.
Researchers Spot a New Code in Disordered Proteins
The scientists call heat shock proteins “nature’s ‘first responders’ to cellular stress.”